Make Gee comply, residents ask court

The sign warning trespassers not to jump in the water is an almost cruel reminder of what the Ahwatukee Lakes Golf Course used to look like before it was closed in 2013. Kimberly Carrillo / AFN Staff Photographer

By Paul Maryniak | Ahwatukee Foothills News

Time to pay the piper.

That’s what Ahwatukee Lakes residents Eileen Breslin and Linda Swain this week told state Superior Court as they asked it to require owner Wilson Gee to restore the golf course or be held in civil and criminal contempt of court.

Opening a new front in their five-year-old legal battle to restore the course that Gee closed in 2013, Breslin and Swain in an open letter to AFN said they’ve directed their lawyer, Tim Barnes, “to enforce the permanent injunction we were awarded.”

Barnes filed asked the court to force Gee to show cause why he should either begin work to restore the course or risk being held in contempt.

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